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billionaire investor george soros sees while someone else may not. cnbc is coming up with a -- >> house majority leader eric cantor is there and says the to leaders tax eswill not sigo up. you're watching cnbc, first in business worldwide. >>> we have had a busy, a barrage of earnings. we've had microsoft and at&t and starbucks, all posting their latest quarterly results minutes ago right here on the show. let's get a roundup now that we've had time to digest and read through all the earnings action. rights, bertha? give it to us. >> reporter: not full digestion but a tummy still full looking at the numbers. fiscal second quarter for microsoft beats by a penny. street looking for 75 cents. refnous more or less in line. actually had missed on both the top and bottom line last quarter. take a look at the reaction of the stock. we've got microsoft here. there we go. it's still down, however. sold 60 million windows 8 loy senses. no details on the surface sales. that's something else people may ask on the license call. at&t, strong on the bottom line, and actually missed on both the earning
economic forum is wrapping up in the swiss town of davos. earlier comment the billionaire investor george soros said that he was not impressed with stimulus uppers to fix the global economy. -- effort to fix the global economy. >> most of the top has been about the global economic malaise. it is the home of the world economic forum based in the height of switzerland and year. the main focus has been on the eurozone and whether or not there are any green shoots of recovery. >> more than 1000 delegates have taught here over the course of five days for the ways to kill them. bill of the dream was resilient dynamism. there is plenty to plenty of resilience a little dynamism the added value is for global leaders from the public and the private side to get together and exchange ideas. people come back from here, a batteriesed,, loaded. >> the form called for an unprecedented $14 trillion dollars to make environmentally friendly. without decisive steps to protect the plan, sustainable growth cannot be guaranteed. >> the other big prices is the referendum on the european union and the crisis in t
users must accept treatment which is usually not often. >> i'm george soros. -- george al guya. the top stories this hour. israelis voting in an election with benjamin netanyahu expected to return to office. >> islamist extremists and in africa pose a large extensional threat. those are the words of prime minister david cameron in the wake of the algeria hostage crisis. and there's a sense of this area south of is a hara is a new breeding ground for terror. boots on the ground. after a week of heavy fighting and airstrikes, france says it's now -- bbc's mark doyle is in central marli, and he joins us now. i do want so get on to the wider picture. but let's look at the french intervention, and that latest. they have been able to reovertake this town, dably. >> that's right. all of the strategic numbers marli are on the -- that sign is where the targets and is limbists and the fwrenching take back and the river which tretches -- stretches. it's important that that is the first town taken by the islamists in a quick stale that started nine or 10 days ago. >> and what's happening in marli a
george soros and find out how he is allocating capital around the world right now, particularly in europe where we're still talking about the european debt crisis. we'll also talk to the man who led the world's most profit kabl bank in 2012. yes, jpmorgan ceo jimmie dimeon. both of those interviews tomorrow. citi's new commander in chief, michael corbat, the first ever ceo and the world's second wealthiest man bill gates talking to me on friday. these interviews you cannot afford to miss. hope you'll be joining us for all of that, get a real window into how business is going and what these folks are expecting for 2013. meantime, bill, i'll send it back to you. >> looking forward to that very much. some of the big ceos mingle with those politicians, and you know angela merkel will be there. she's a big proponent of that financial transaction tax that everybody is talking about. >> i bet the american ceos might be egging her on, because if they do that over there, do you know what that means for financial transactions? >> they come over here. >> move from other parts of the world. germany,
billionaire george soros and house majority leader eric cantor is in davos talking about u.s. debt issues and seems to be laying down the gauntlet for the next fight with president obama so we look forward to some very high-profile interviews coming up. >> and guess what our stock of the day is, yeah, you guessed it. it's apple. that stock is down nearly 11%, nearly 12% right now. first gets worse for the iconic company. overdone, a little overexaggerated, all this selling and how much of this has to do with the loss of steve jobs? >> we'll keep an eye on that for you. keep an eye on the major averages. here's how we stand. the dow was up about 100 points at that peak there. then we started to move lower, and you started to get sweaty palms among bulls. what does this mean? if we close lower, that might not be good. started coming back and now a gain of 44 points. another one of those days where any positive close is another five-year high for the trials going back to the fall of 2010. we're at 13,823. the nasdaq though is going the other direction. blame apple which is 13% of the nasdaq
in 2009 hopped back on for another ride. on february 21, 2011, billy -- [inaudible] and george soros appearing on cnn's gps offered a bet that, quote: the iranian regime will not be there in a year's time. closed quote. two days later in foreign policy, hillary and i took soros up on his wager. now, i recognize the notion of two former u.s. government officials turned university professors betting george soros on anything might seem a tad absurd, but that's what we did. we even bet that not only would the islamic republic still be iran's government in a year's time, but that the balance of influence and power in the middle east would be tilted even further in its favor. almost two years have elapsed since soros made his wager. i have to say we're pretty eager to collect on it. [laughter] later in 2011 western analysts focused on the back and forth between ayatollah khamenei, the islamic republic's supreme leader, and president ahmadinejad over the resignation and reinstatement of the intelligence minister and other issues. the same cast of iran experts, mainstream media gave these de
about the bullying, relationship between george soros and these various groups, organizing around -- i don't think most people realize this -- an international organization and interest that is focused on gun-control, not come restriction, but removing guns altogether from society. >> yes. the idea that the left loves the second amendment is alive. they can't even name the justification for the second amendment. what has changed in this country is the fundamental basis of the second amendment is not hunting or self-defense. the fundamental basis of the second amendment is very clearly laid out by the founders, and it was resistance to tyranny. the left the spent the last several decades making it sound crazy if you think that the government could ever be tyrannical enough that the citizenry should have any way of protecting itself from that. my ancestors, the relatives of my grandparents were killed in europe because they did not have guns. lou: the fact is, as you document in your book, the relationship between media, media power, and these political issues and the ecological agenda o
in the area, opening night for the sharks and how they plan to win the game and a lot of fans. george soros >>> complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news -- complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> when it is done this new tunnel will make a huge difference every single day for thousands and thousands of drivers. crews have been working on the tunnel for some time now. if you are wondering how it is going, ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar got a look at it and here now with what he found. >> reporter: it is our year for transportation infrastructure, up the road here, plus the new bay bridge and the devil slide tunnel. >> the $400 million project can see light at the end of the tunnel. >> broke ground in 2010 and we are about 75 or 80complete. we are slated to open in late 2013. we are on track to open to traffic later this year. >> reporter: it can with stand an earthquake and be in service within three days. >> caltrans will be dedicating permitly to -- permanently to eastbound and westbound tra
with the liberal movement or even george soros. the common thread is that the tragedy was a false flag operation in order to make the country willing to give up their guns. in other words, this tragedy would happen and then we would have a discussion about gun control as we are now and then this would lay the ground work for the government to come in and take guns for some kind of future tyranical regime. >> the internet has allowed this stuff to ignite in a way never has. there have always been conspiracy theories. this has allowed more isolated people to find each other, right sf. >> absolutely. one of the chapters in my book i talk about how the internet has turbo charged the conspiracy movement. the big challenge used to be getting the word out. now, they don't try going to the mainstream media but they publish it on their website and can create their own echo chambers of paranoid individuals that share the same distress. the majority of the sandy hook revolve around gun control but there is a large contingent that believe it is an israeli television. >> how did the israeli's get involved? >
an obama administration plot or agents loosely tied with the liberal movement or george soros. the common thread is that the tragedy was a false flag operation to make the country give up their guns. in other words, this tragedy would happen and we would have a discussion about gun control as we are now. then they would lay the ground work for the government to take guns. possibly for some kind of future tyranical regime. >> the internet allowed all this stuff to kind of ignite in a way that it never has. there also conspiracy theories. this is a lo this allowed more people to find each other. >> the internet turbo charged the movement because the big challenge for conspiracy theorists used to be getting the word out. respectable journalists wouldn't touch their stories. they wouldn't bother, but publish it on their website and they create paranoid individual who is share the same distress. just to correct something, it is true that the majority of the theories revolve around gun control. they believe it is an israeli and iranian controlled. >> how do the israelis get involved in this? >>
university professors betting george soros and anything made an absurd, but that's what we did. we given that not only with the islamic republic still beat the rams government and a year's time, but the balance of influence and power in the middle east to be tilted even further in the favor. almost two years since iris made his feature as they were eager to collect on it. later in 2011, the back-and-forth between ayatollah khomeini, the islamic republic later and president ahmadinejad over the resignation reinstatement of the intelligence minister and other issues. the same cast of iran expert on mainstream media gave developments overblown, even hysterical treatment portraying them as unprecedented signs of an insecure regime. such analyses revealed the very least lamentable ignorance about the islamic republic political history, which since the revolution has been marked by an touch of the same kind of intense comp titian over policy and power that you see today in the united states. tensions between imam khomeini, the islamic republic's founding father in the first elected president r
's -- for example like george soros with pup et ceter puppet stringn addison with puppet strings. >> would you dare, as someone who raising money say it is maybe tainting the system? >> charles, thank you. >> you look fantastic. >> thank you. charles: too much money in politics, i think a lot of people would say? >> i think a lots of people are worried that it has the uber wealthy buying a message. i think if you increase some limits with the campaigns, i think you will see the super pacs, maybe going by the way side. but right now, -- if you really want to make a powerful punch, in politics, you are going to go and put your money in a super pac, have you control over the message, and what you got, it is heavy control. if you want control, go to a cyber pack. charles: noel thank you. >> a brand-new tax hike kicking the middle class right in the butt, today we have proof it is hitting harder than this head butt. >> would you not eat my officemax knows... ...tax time can be...well...taxing. so right now we'll give you... ...$10 off any turbo tax deluxe level software or higher! find thousands of big
. host: what about george soros? guest: george soros' is not part of that paid his money is not disclosed the way the labor unions' are. so there is a disparity in that. the unions are a huge political force, and they are absolutely part of this equation. now, whether this group talks about labor union money it remains to be seen, because labor unions are a founding element of this. but i don't think any discussion about money in politics is complete without talking about labor. labor is really a huge funding source for the democratic party. host: explain what you meant by "massive new liberal plan." what is massive about it? guest: the largest groups on the progressive side, and it is expected to grow as big as 50 by the end of the winter. we have never seen a coalition as big as tackle three fundamental issues. you have seen organizations like health care for america now, a lot of different groups coming together, but it was around a specific legislative item, president obama's health-care bill, and this was in 2009. but never have we seen this kind of concerted effort. and as michael b
. >> coming up tomorrow on "closing bell", i'll be sitting down with billionaire investor george soros. we'll talk about the economy in europe, the u.s., as well as vesting today. also his take on japan and the japanese yen tomorrow on "the closing bell." >> and setting the tone for thursday morning trade, what else? bill? >> apple and netflix shares, michelle, moving in the after hours session on the heels of their quarterly results. we will recap the day's action still ahead. >> i just read the teleprompter. . >> i know. ant. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade. awarded five-stars from smartmoney magazine. stop! stop! stop! come back here! humans -- we are beautifully imperfect creatures living in an imperfect world. that's why liberty mutual insurance has your back with great ideas like our optional b
sat down with the billionaire investor george soros. what did he have to say? >> this man describes himself as a bleeding heart liberal. he said the u.s. is in the best position of any major economy now but he also said the only way to spur growth, spur jobs is to spend a lot more money. >> having additional stimulus. >> you want more stimulus. >> actually, fiscal stimulus combined with quantitative easing where the central bank effectively buys the debt that the government issues is about as close to a free lunch that you can have when you have unemployed resources. putting them to work is much better than cutting back going the wrong way. >> so he thinks we need to spend. he's a critic of austerity here in europe. i said what do you want to spend more government on? he said infrastructure. you've talked a lot about an from structure bank and also education will pay for themselves in the long run. >> some other news came out in the middle of the week though for the last three months of 201, stain's unemployment hit a record for the quarter. 26%. 60% youth unemployment. >> that's un
's president obama's new grassroots group, is trying to cuddle up to george soros. politico reports organizing for action is reaching out to soros and companies like lockheed martin, citi and duke energy for cash. >>> did you catch the president trying to fend off a fly yesterday? >> consumer financial protection bureau this guy is bothering me. where is the secret service when you need them? the insect pestered the commander in chief while he was nominating a new head of the s.e.c. that picture caused quite a buzz yesterday. everybody is ca critic. tom brady may be watching the super bowl from home this year, but, oh, what a home it is. the detroit free press did a flyover of brady's new $20 million mansion and it has a moat. fit for a 20,000-square-foot castle. it's up on our facebook page . e? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. [ male anno♪ncer ] sounds good. ♪ hi dad. many years from now, when the subaru is theirs... hey. you missed a
are just another source that george soros poured in $20 million to beat george bush. i'm not a political junkie, but i think it's not so much how much money there was and who had it, but who used it more cleverly. i'm in absolute awe of the democrats' ability to campaign and to organize. i was on a phone bank in nevada dialing up a fellow, and i was not sure i would pronounce his name right, and who am i, a white guy from wyoming, trying to convince this fellow to vote for romney, when obama had people in their neighborhood having dinners and barbecues telling him for the last four years for president obama to keep offices open and with paid people, paid staff for the last four years was brilliant. the republicans have an idea, wow, jeez, and election coming up. how much do you hear on the airways of promoting senators? nothing. it's once said democrats that it's a blood sport, and for republicans it's a hobby. that's why the democrats run the government and the republicans run the museums. [laughter] >> michael? >> rick santorum in the primaries and after the election criticized romney
of comments from george soro soros. finally being optimism about u.s. growth prospects as the market starts to push bond yields higher. >> and that's -- you know, that's a great point, okay. and is there a risk at some point? but if they're going up for the right reason, then, you know, that's not a bad thing. it also means that that window potentially, if a private equity guys borrow it, it might be a fairly short one. so people are talking about that, kelly. let's bring in christian miser on that particular point, head of corporate global investments. kelly is raising this point about if confidence is returning, we will see yields particularly in the u.s. growth maintains starting to head higher. do you think that's going to happen? >> well, it can evidently happen at some point. but it must say, i think that's on the way out. >> some people say they think 1994 is coming. >> at some point. but i doubt that 1994 will be 2013. i think growth is still at moderate levels and europe is still looking at a zero percent growth this year. so i don't think that stimulus or that yield is anywhere ar
went to dinner with george soros last night. >> i did. >> this is the real risk. what soros said and, obviously, he told maria the same thing was concerned about currency wars. europe's big problem right now is the appreciate of the euro. japan is now full throttle on monetary policy, causing the yen to fall. and that creates, again, these big global issues, the concept we talked about for a long time where we talked about competitive devaluation where everybody tries to make their terms of trade the next issues for the big guy. that's the concern. >> real quick, i heard there was a clip last night from george soros in russia. sgledz putin is repressive. he said russia is weakening and he basically called on europe to enact those strong laws that the united states enacted when it comes to corruption officials traveling. >> steve liesman, thank you for that. you can see those interviews on cnbc.com. we have a lot more coming to you at 8:00 and other big interviews between now and then. >> andrea, has steve got an ifbn? >> he does have an ifbn, yes. >> steve, hi. >> is this underwear o
for recreational use. >>gretchen: the drama with george soros and his soap star renewed for another season. a judge rejecting his create. the 29-year-old says soros reneged on his problem to buy her a nearly $2 million apartment. she also says he assaulted her when she complained. >>steve: you know the saying, no pain no gain. these people prove it. ♪ ♪ >>steve: this is hard to watch. first one okay, second one okay. here's the problem. >>brian: elbows broken. whether it's treadmills, weights, bikes or whatever, this latest viral video shows the dangers of people trying to get in shape. no, no, please no. >>gretchen: i'm not watching. >>brian: this was posted yesterday. it already has 33,000 hits. no one's going to work out again. >>gretchen: that one's actually funny. the last two are funny and not dangerous. >>brian: wherever you are, if you're in that video, i'm sure you're icing something. let's talk to yankee superstar alex rodriguez once again facing heat over performance enhancing drug. according to a newspaper a-rod received banned drugs over the last four years. rodriguez is rejecting
's keep in mind, erin, that super pacs are just another iteration of the 527s that george soros and peter lewis poured in to try to beat bush. so i think from my perspective, and i'm not a political junkie, so you all know the answer better than i do. but i just think it's not so much how much money there was and who had it, but who used it more cleverly. i'm in the awe of the democrats' ability to campaign and organize. i was on a phone bank in reno, nevada, dialing up a phone, and i wasn't quite sure i was going to pronounce the name right. and suddenly it dawns on me, who am i, a white guy from wyoming trying to convince this fellow to vote for romney when obama has had people in his neighborhood having dinners and barbecues and telling them the last four years. for president obama to keep his offices open with paid people, paid staff for the last four years was brilliant. the republicans had in this idea, wow, we've got an election coming up, you know, how much do you hear right now on the airways about promoting senators? nothing. so it's once been said that the democrats, this is a
in the trenches? the president wins no matter what. he's already won. he got more votes in colorado as george soros said because of the turnout of the amendment, by the way, dwarfing his own votes in my state, which he won unexpectedly, but the president will be vague, should be vague. the justice departments, i served there, full disclosure. they will be vague. they will not tell people how they will enforce the laws. quite whines about, oh, we need holder to tell us what to do. stop it. we're americans. we know they have discretion. congress can step up. don't whine about the administration. that's ridiculous. the president already won. the states could win big, and we have a debate in colorado going op. i talk about taxes. talk about issues like potent sigh and consumer protection, young people, all specifics are the product now of a debate that's going on with the governor's task force, a lot of good people from different parties. we'll make our way, you know, we can wait for the feds or actually stand up and do what we do which is run our own lives and do as much as we can. we'll see ult
. >> stephanie: so you're saying the money that george soros gives you every month is not enough to live on? >> caller: yeah. >> stephanie: is that your point, poor jew? >> caller: i don't have a bank account of millions. and i can't live off of my savings for the rest of my life. i'm only 58. >> shouldn't they send you a stipend with all of the secret jewish meetings? the hidden, secret gold stash and they share it only amongst their whispering selves? >> caller: why does mary listen to you if she hates you so much? >> stephanie: it is a love-hate situation. >> she lives on hate. it is like an energy source. get the thoughts out of your mind. she's just getting larger. >> i need more hatred. >> fire all hatred at her. >> stephanie: okay. >> you know what? you guys just talk. >> stephanie: they call it talk radio. >> not listen radio. >> stephanie: over and over about the same thing. >> all dance radio. what? [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right, senator elizabeth warren, what's not great about her? >> don't get me started! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: stereotypes are us.
by george soros and they will go out and register new voters. you thought about it and you forgot about it. they were out there registering their single women and their minority voters and their immigrant and so on we were not. there were 93 million registered voters who did not go to this last election. that is not unusual. when you consider that half of them are probably married voters and that romney one married voters by 54%, would it be advisable for us in addition to fine-tuning our message and in addition to focusing on having a better competition for candidates, wouldn't be better for us to focus on bring out our voters, married women, married men tend to vote republican. >> in addition to registering people to vote, i walked away too,msnbc, but sometimes i get the impression that people are not looking at what the other side is doing. it was not just voter registration, it was also convincing people that republicans were suppressing the black and other minority vote. there was a total lack of realization on the right. the last truly believes or condensed or reduces the strategy th
the white houses gun control? it could be the n.r.a.? no, it's a left wing think tank funded by george soros, according to the washington post this morning has given a list of 13 or so gun control ideas to the white house, which they may act on by executive order. >> alisyn: we're going to find out on tuesday, what the vice-president has come up with with his task force and it's interesting, one place that we've heard common ground, and as we heard reported perhaps the administration is considering putting armed guards in schools and that's one thing where it seemed like the n.r.a. and the white house and other people have suggested this over the the past week, since the newtown tragedy, maybe that was a point of commonalty, but what we're hearing if it's true that this left wing think tank really has the president's ear and the white house's attention then the they would not be happy. >> mike: what's with the meeting last week with n.r.a., video game manufacturers, mental health experts? >> a listening tour, basically, that the vice-president said he's trying to solicit suggestions from as
this year? >> yeah, george soros had a big impact on the currency markets, where we talked about what is going on in japan. japan is going to embark on something similar to what ben bernanke has been doing here in the united states, but something incredible aggressive, because they are trying to end what is nearly 20 years of deflation. we worry here about inflation, they've been fighting deflation, which is almost worse. because, think about it. why would you buy that house if you think next week it's going to be cheaper? and why would you buy that car if you think next week, it's going to be cheaper. and you know what happens, everybody stops buying stuff. and the problem with deflation is, we really don't know what to do about it. inflation's easy. you raise interstate rates, that will kill it. but inflation, you'll have currencies weakening all over the world at the same time, that can hurt germany. by the way, market, gangbusters. we're talking about maybe all-time highs within sight for the dow and the s&p, five-year highs right now. >> really? so now would be the time for a guy
as a george soros said, because of the turnout from this amendment, which by the way worked his own vote in my state which one, unexpectedly. but the president will be vague. he should be paid. the justice department's, i served there, full disclosure, i hope they will continue to be vague. they don't need to tell people how to enforce the laws. the laws are on the books. quit whining about all, we need eric holder tell us what to do. stop it. we are americans. we know they have prosecutorial discretion. congress could step up. don't whine about the administration. it's ridiculous. the states could win big. we have a robust debate in colorado right now going on. i talked about taxes. we need to talk about issues like potency and consumer protection, want to give a young people. all these specifics are the products of a debate that's going on with the governor's task force, a lot of good people from different parties. we will make our way. we can wait for the feds are we can actually stand up and do it we do, which is run our own lives. we'll do as much of it as we possibly can. and we'll say o
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